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post #11651 of 28252
I think I should post this info in case he's going to mount the H50 in his 5.25 cage.

My Radiator setup is in my 5.25 cage with two optical drives. But they are mounted lower than 1st slot. I have them in 3rd and 4th slots of the 6 slot setup. It BARELY fits. And that's because mine is horisontally mounted. I would have lost 3rd slot as well if it were mounted upright.

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As long as it has a 120mm fan mount with at least 12" away from it you should be fine.

The H50 fits all the other requirement.
 
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i7 930 CPU itself is cooler than the cores?

H50 Push/Pull + Shroud - stock speeds - Yate Loon 120mm High Speed fans (if the info was needed, also aware the pump isn't fully at 1400 but I'm pretty sure I set it to manual in the bios at 100%...)
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12" away from it meaning there should be a fan mount 12" away from cpu cooler because of the tubing? Also how much space does the fan take up in a push config.. or w/e is the best setup without mods (i kno nothing about watercooling nor do i need this setup to be extreme)
Together the whole fan+rad is like 40-55mm by 120mm. Any set up will be fine as long as you have good airflow andyour not messing that up.
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Muntey - my current fans are 2x Noctua NF-S12B FLX 120mm. I haven't finished building the computer yet so I don't know how they will do
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quick question semi-related (but not really) to my h50. i have my side fan on exhaust thinking it be better for keeping dust/dog hair out of my case but i recently moved my case onto my desk next to the window for better cooling and less dust/dog hair getting into my system.

so should i keep it as exhaust or flip it around for intake to take more advantage of the cooler air from outside my window to keep my card cool since it almost directly parallel to my card?

thanks.

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quick question semi-related (but not really) to my h50. i have my side fan on exhaust thinking it be better for keeping dust/dog hair out of my case but i recently moved my case onto my desk next to the window for better cooling and less dust/dog hair getting into my system.

so should i keep it as exhaust or flip it around for intake to take more advantage of the cooler air from outside my window to keep my card cool since it almost directly parallel to my card?

thanks.

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You should definitely have that as intake. I would guess you have the front fan intake and the H50 as exhaust? If that is correct only having the front as intake your creating a negative pressure case which makes it so any crack/opening your case has will suck in air and will actually suck in more dust. If you just have your side fan as intake as it should be you will create a positive pressure case so it pushes air out of all the cracks and openings and you don't suck any dust in.

If your really worried about dust buy some filters. I personally suggest DEMCiflex filters. I just got some myself special order for my side fan(220mm) directly from the manufacturer but you can order standard sizes from other places. HERE is a link to some filters. they are a little expensive but you just wash them off and they last forever.
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just got mine and I'm pleased... changed from a TRUE Black (didn't want all that weight hanging off mobo) to this with push/pull tricools... idle temps dropped from 39 to 34, prime95 load temps dropped from 81 to 74 .. so a noticeable difference and a lot lighter!
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So i'm apparenlty quite late to the party, but i just started looking around at water kits since the ambient in my house is murdering my air cooler...

Long story short, my upstairs stays as high as 75-80f, and with a mini-typhoon on my AM2 6000, i'm flirting with 60C on the proc, and i hate it being nearly that high, i see a performance hit once i start reaching those temp.

Can anyone give me an idea of what kind of temps the H-50 should be able to accomplish with a 6000? I really don't want to spend $65-75 on this cooler if i'm still going to be running 55C constant while gaming.

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